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HENRY F. DONOVAN, Editor and PuMiiWtr
nUrd aa Stavfid Claaa atalttr October
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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1919.
"L" ROAD EXPENSES INCREASE.
Operating expenses of the "L" roads
hnvo Increased more rapidly than rev
enues, In spite of the 8 cent fnro, ac
cording to a report of the elevated
roads made public yesterday.
Tho report declares that with the
Increase In the "L" faro from C to C
cents the tralllc fell off G.9 per cent,
and indicates that tho diversion of tho
tralllc to the surface lines has in
creased beyond that figure since tho
"L" faro has been made 8 cents and
tho surfaco lines 7 cents.
Summarizing tho financial situation
of tho roads, tho report declares that
tho operating expenses hnvo increased
$4,SOO,000 slnco tho two Increases hnvo
been allowed, nnd that tho higher
fares havo produced only $4,000,000 to
meet tho operating costs.
Tho "L" report gives tho number of
passengers carried during tho six
months ending Juno 30 under tho C
cent faro as 95,117,279. In tho samo
period of 1918, with a 5 cent fare,
102,127,718 passengers were carried.
The Increnso from 5 to 0 cents gavo
tho "L" roads $GOO,000 moro rovenuo
for the six months, which was cqutva
lont to nn 11 per cent rovenuo In
crease. But during tho samo period
expenses wero Increased $2,300,000 por
annum, chlofly by reason of wago
awards by tho nntlonnl war labor
board In August, 1918.
Tho wngo Increases ordered aftor
tho recont striko nro cstimnted to cost
32,500,000, nnd tho rovenuo IncrcaBO
Incidental to tho 8 cent fares, which
wont Into effect Aucust 8, will bo $2,
800,000 a .year, says tho report, judg
ing by tho revenues of tho first ton
weeks under tho now faros.
By a voto of 59 to 0 tho city coun
cil reconfirmed nlno members of tho
"solid six" school board.
IA action is bolloved to havo
straightened out tho board of educa
tion tanglo "for good."
"I congrntulato tho school children,"
said JInyor Thompson as ho an
nounced tho voto.
Under Judgo Scanlan's decision nf
firming tho right to olllco of Jacob
M. Loeb nnd Mrs. F. E. Thornton, nnd
with tho council action yosterday, tho
board of education will bo mado up
Edwin S. Davis, Albert II. Sever
inghnus, Dr. Sadlo Bay Adair, Lulu
M. Snodgrass, Boleslaus Klarkowskl,
James B. Rozny, Hart Hanson, Fran
cis E. rroarkln, Georgo II. Arnold,
Mr. Loeb and Mrs. Thornton.
Well Known Life Insurance Man
Returns from California Trip.
Emanuel Well of tho Now York
Llfo Insurance Company has just re
turned from a trip to tho 200.000
Club convention which was held nt
Del Monto, California, from Soptom
bor 1C to Soptembor 20. During his
absence from Chicago Mr. Well also
mado oxtonslvo visits to points in Call
fornia, Now Mexico, Colorado and sev
eral Western states. Mr. Well's Itin
erary included trips to tho Garden of
Edon, the Garden of tho Gods, and all
of tho sunshine flowers and fruit of
California, If anyone desires to visit
God's country, all they havo to do,
he says is to dupllcato his trip.
Max Ascher of tho well known and
Justly famous Ascher Bros., is ono of
tho most highly rospeciea men in mo
moving picture world. His flrraowns
many of tho best and roost beautiful
theaters In America.
Judge Charles A. McDonald has
made a fine record as Superior court
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Head of the Great Messlnoer Restaurant System.
HERE THEY ARE
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Ernst Kuno, 2025 S. Hoisted street
Otto F. Ring, 1420 W. 18th streot.
S. E. Plncus, S3G W. 14th street.
Dennis A. Hornn, 1911 S. Ashland
Edwin H. Wolman, 828 O'Nell streot.
William Lowin, 18 1G W. 20th street.
Charles Hcohler, 135G W. 14th
Anthony Plntozzi, Jr., GG7 Forquor
Thomas F. Frolo, 1110 W. Taylor
Mlchaol Iarussl, 7G1 W. Taylor
Harry A. Slegcl, 1220 S. Homan
William E. Burns, 1G49 S. Central
Martin J. O'Broln, 3845 Flournoy
Michel Hosonborg, 1250 Indopond
Mordccnl Shulman, 1G32 S. Trum
Henry E. Wlckwire, 3334 Madison
Georgo F. Lohman, CGG N. Long
Charles S. Cutting, 307 N. Waller
James F. Fnrdy, 3423 Franklin bou
lovard. John F. Hlgglns, GIG N. Latrobo nve
Harry W. Harris, 52G N. Avors nvo
nuo. Thomas L. Slater, G1S N. Leaming
Willlnm Ganschow, 21GG Plorco avo
nuo. Charles Woodward, 225 S. Scovlllo
avenuo, Oak Park.
Thomas D. Garry, 4925 Iowa streot.
Richard F. Shay, 3758 W. Chicago
James A. Mclslngor, 2G10 Hlrsch
Knud Larson, 1543 N. Artesian ave
nuo. TWENTY-FIFTH DISTRICT.
Wlllard M. McEwon, 3G33 N. Spring
M. A. Mlchnolson, 3018 Palmer
Josoph Burko, 2C29 N. Francisco
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William E. Nichols, 3039 Eastwood
Carl Strover, C332 Windsor nvenuc.
Karl F. M. Sandberg, 2850 Logan
Frank WenglcrBkl. 1239 N. Ashland
Josoph Pnrkor, 12 N. Carpontor
Ernst D. Potts, 21 N. Ashland bou
levard. Edward J. Corcoran, 323 S. Poorla
Ludwlg Miller, 1149 Jackson boulo
vard. Edward J. Redmond, 38 N. Elizabeth
Alexander II. Novell, 812 X. Michi
Charles II. Hamlll, 199 LaV.o Slioro
Edward Stcnson, 1218 Astor street.
Edmond Mulcnhy, 37 E. Division
Georgo Schmidt, 1G3 W. Chicago
II. It. Horn, 1214 N. Stnlo streot.
Eugene II. Dupco, 534 Aldlno nvo
nuo. William II. Bcckman, 24G8 Orchard
Donald L. Morrill, G332 Kenmoro
William Cullcn Burns, 19G2 Howo
John Vogcl, 3541 Wilton nvonuo.
Robert Norborg, 2115 Seminary avo
nue. Voto for William F. Struckmnn for
Judgo of tho Superior Court.
Dounls J. Egnn Is working hard to
bring tho Elks National Convention
J. W. Door, tho popular president
of tho American Sowor and Drainage
Construction Co., at 281G N. Wash
tonaw avonue, is ono of tho progres
sive men of Chicago. Always inter
os ted In tho city's welfare, ho is a
booster of its Intorcsts nnd is always
at tho foro front of ovory movomont
for bettering tho condition of his fol
Tho Edmund T. Perkins Engineer
ing Company, First National Bank
Building, nro reclaiming in contral
Illinois sovoral thousand acros of rich
farm land, part of which they offer
for sale nt low price.
S. P. MesBlngor has dono much for
Chicago in furnishing tho pooplo with
a fluo lot of first-class restaurants,
Loo Opponholraor, vico-prosidont of
tho famous Messlngor lunch rooms,
is ono of tho coming mon of Chi
cago. Ho is popular, ablo and pro-
Bearing the thanks of their nation
to tho United States nnd Its people,
the king nnd queen of tho Belgians,
with Prince Leopold, heir apparent,
the first reigning faintly over to visit
this country, stepped upon American
soil n few tlnys ngo.
Beginning his mission oven before
his forninl welcome liml begun, the
soldier king Issued n messnge to tho
American people. In pnrt It was as
"The king brings to this nntlon of
friends the testimony of tho profound
sentiment nml gratitude of his country
men for the powerful uld, moral and
mntcrlal, which America gave them In
the course of the wnr. The nnmo of tho
commission for tho relief of Belgium
will llvo eternally In the memory of
the Belgians. ,
"The American people, their
splendid army, and their courageous
navy powerfully served a great Ideal."
Greeted not merely us n king who had chosen wnr and honor rather than
peace nnd dishonor, King Albert I was welcomed as "n man, with n tunn's high
senso of honor, who trod the Via Dolorosa so by tho treading of thnt way
the world might find thnt trcntlcs nro not scraps of paper nnd thnt above
crown nnd kingdom, faith nnd courage roust breed, clso tho banner of n
people becomes the much-bespattered badge of infamy."
MARSHALL REPRESENTS PRESIDENT
excellent shape nnd the cabinet will
probubly meet only Informally, If nt nil, during tho president's Illness. By n
law effective January 10, 1880, In case of removal, death, resignation, or
Inability of both the president nnd vlro president, the secretary of state, and
after him. In the order of the establishment of their departments, other mem
bers of tho cabinet, shall act as president until the disability of tho president
Is removed or n president hhull be elected.
SAYS BONUS MEANS ANOTHER LOAN
Granting nn additional bonus to
service men would mean another largo
government bond Issue, which tho
country Is In no position to stnnd nt
present, Secrctnry of tho Treasury
Glass told the special houso budget
committee n few (laYingo.
Glass strongly opposed tho bonus,
claiming a majority of tho servlco men
would consider It nn nffront to their
patriotism at n tlmo when tho govern
ment Is sorely In need of funds.
"Today the credit of tho United
States Is Imperiled," he said, "by proj
ects Inltlnted In congress to get tho
soldier vote. I do not believe tho?o
young men, If they realized what It Is
thnt Is propohod In their behalf, would
nccept a gift iniido nt tho expense of
their fnthers, mothers and sisters and
tho children that nro to come after
them In order to give them a holiday.
"I do not anticipate u dellclt In
tho current llscnl year of moro than
$1,000,000,000, but I say to you In nil solemnity that If n prompt and .Immedi
ate halt Is not culled to this great peril, thera must bo another Liberty loan
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down to the business of roconstt notion."
L0WDEN WOULD FIGHT MOB TYRANNY
Gov. Frank O. Lowden of IlllnnN
recently nmde tin ImptiShlnniMl nppenl
to .100 members of tho Flro Under
writers' Association of tho Northwest,
meeting In Chicago, to enlist In tho
campaign to crush liolMiovlsm. Ho
wits cheered when ho concluded bis
He urged those present to re
vive the spirit of co-operation of
the recent wnr nnd to preach tho doc
trlno of lojulty and patriotism nt
"Tho dangers thnt confront us to
day," ho said, "nro no less gmvo than
tho dangers wq feared when our bos
wero on the bnttlo front. New and
strnngo doctrines are In tho air. Tho
old government, the old Constitution
which wo were taught to revero In our
youth, Is liflng arraigned In alien
tongues In many cities mid hamlets.
"I need not remind you that thero
lire destructive forces at work which
would ruin nil thnt we hnvo achieved In tho almost century and a hnlf of our
national llfo and would embark upon ruinous, destructive experiments tho
experiments which hnva devastated ItusaW
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During the Illness of President
Wilson, Vico President Thomns It.
Mnrshnll represents the president In
many matters, though he docs not
sign nny documents which rcqulro the
signature of the president, nor docs
he In nny way trespnss on ho pre
rogatives of the president.
Recently Vice President Marshall
received King Albert nnd Queen Eliz
abeth of Belgium when they arrived In
New York to visit tho United States.
Mr. Marshall received tho distin
guished visitors In the nnmo of the
president of the United Stntcs.
This represents In n general way
tho sort of service he will contlnuo to
do for the president until Mr. Wilson
Is ablo to r turn to his duties. For
the time being Vice President Mnr&hall
Is not scheduled to meet with tho
cabinet. Tho business of tho general
executive departments, It Is said, Is in
Tho public at least tho trnvellug
public doesn't euro u cooky nbout
tho Loaguo of Nations, in tho opinion
of Olo IlatiHcai, former innyor of Seat
Mr. Hanson, who Is credited with
nipping In the bud tho llrst Incipient
bolshovlst revolution In America, ar
rived In Chicago a few days ago with
tho results of several straw votes bn
tho lenguo which ho took on trains
whllo traveling to Chicago,
"Wo took a straw voto on the
Snntn Fo train between Kansas City
nnd Chicago," ho said. "Slxty-llvo
votes wero cnNt against tho lenguo nnd
ilfty-one In favor of It.
"Tho peoplo nro not Interested In
the league. They want congress to
either voto it up or down and hnvo
dono with It. Whnt tho peoplo wont Is
world pence. I havo visited 11 states
during tho last few days, and I havo
found they tiro moro Interested In tho
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RICHARD M. DONNELLY,
Manager of the Beautiful and Popular 20th Century Cafe.
Avery Brundngo, tho Well known
contractor, has dono and Is doing
much to mako tho city beautiful. Tho
work dono by tho big company ho
hends is always rollablo.
Violinists nil praise tho work of
Georgo A. Ostcrtag of 59 East Van
Burcn streot. Ho Is ono of tho best
known violin manufacturers in tho
James Scala's Italian restaurant at
Gl West Monroo streot is Tory pop
ular. Voto for Struckmnn for Superior
Judgo Novcmbor 4.
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C. II. Bnrtholomuo has been In busi
ness for 35 years as a tuner nnd ro
pglror of all kinds of pianos nnd every
ono praises his work. Ilo Is noted for
his ability as a ropalror of talking nm
chinos. Ills plnco of business is nt
59 East Van Huron street.
Willlnm F. Struckmann will mako a
good judgo of tho Superior Court.
C. E. Karetrom, tho woll known
manager of sales for tho Big Crook
Colliery Co., is ono of tho roost popu
lar mon in Chicago connected with
tho coal trade.
Robort E. Cantwoll, oloquont, ablo,
courteous and learned is ono of tho
roost popular leaders at tho Chicago
Dixon O. Williams has high honors
awaiting him at the hands of the
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JAME8 V. O'DONNELL,
Popular Master In Chancery.
Judgo John Stolk of tho Municipal
Court is ono of tho most popular Jur
ists on tho bench. He is fearleat,
nblo and honest
Dixon C. Williams, tho well know
manufacturer, doBorvos woll at the
hands of tho Democratic party. Ho '
a porn loader.
James Scala is meeting with a great
flurccss and flno pntronago in his
Now Italy rostaurant on tho second,
door of Gl West Monroo stroot. It li
very popular with professional and
Josoph F. Haas has always mado
n good public record. Ho is a man
of tho peoplo.
Mosslngors restaurants which can
bo found nil ovor tho city aro vory
popular with ovorybody. Thoy nro
clean, wholcsomo, sanitary and bright
Tho food is of tho best quality and
tho 8orvico is excellent.
II. II. Morrlck is ono of tho loaders
In tho civic llfo of Chicago. As presi
dent of tho Association of Commerce
ho hna dono groat work for tho city,
its prosent nnd futuro. Mr. Morrlck
is prosldont of tho Groat Lakes Trust
Company, Chicago's now big bank,
which started In with a capital or
$3,000,000, nnd a surplus of $600,000.
All of tho stock was oversubscribed
Ooakreaiman Thomas Gallagher eC
Chicago li one of the moat influential
men In Washington.
Willlnm R. Fotzor, tho popular
Sovonth Ward aldorman, Is in lino
for higher honors.